Perhaps in response to realizing that the lolis will eventually grow, Haganai seems to have decided to immediately exploit them for all they’re worth – starting with a dakimakura featuring a bunny suited Maria-chan.
This dakimakura is quite earnest in how, unlike most, the girl looks drawn exactly in accordance to her character design of the anime series. The pillow’s front portrays a basic rendition of her person – interesting in how it contains no notable emphasis or unrealistic emphasis on physique, and rather, showcases quite a natural look instead. Her visage is full of energy – and salacity is something which simply does not prevail unless one is truly an immense pervert.
Onto the bunny suit, one must wonder where a girl as herself even managed to procure such an ensemble.
Forgetting the specifics of its origin however, the costume is effective in its cause – accenting moe whilst simultaneously beaming intense spotlight upon physical form. The instances of value application in this illustration have an unquestionably synthetic appearance – yet this fits rather well given how the lines and shapes composing her constitution all seem intentionally idealized. For a loli, her legs certainly have far too much volume – although this isn’t a flaw, merely a facet worth noting in what is a niche style of aesthetic.
A few may not be pleased that the imouto vampire remains neglected in huggable pillow rendition – yet it seems almost an injustice to think less of this loli’s own splendid showing.